Rugar - My Girl, The Princess [8bp030]
With influences such as classic game soundtracks and Tin Pan Alley evergreens, mixed with the sounds of 20th century atonality and Salvation Army hymns, I have created a collage of musical scenes depicting adolescence in the dawn of the third millennium. The songs are entirely made with the MCK system, which should vouch for a genuine twenty-minute NES experience.
2 - my girl, the princess
10 - the king, the salsa king
13 - march of infinite pride
See also MusicBrainz (release group); MusicBrainz (release); Discogs (release);
14 - ma fille, la princesse
June 10, 2008
Fun album of 'Retro' NES music. Exciting, Charming and Catchy.
October 17, 2003
Beneath this release's deceptively simple charm is a disarming compositional sophistication. Deft and subtle chordings and phrasings accompany variations of recurring motifs hidden and tucked away throughout the album, making for a listening experience that's more rewarding with every listen. Infectiously catchy and surprisingly dense. One of my favorite albums of all time.
September 15, 2003
Nearly perfect fictional NES soundtrack
If you like your classic Nintendo NES stylings, then this Rugar album, apparently for a fictional videogame, uses the real NES soundchip to create a story-driven guide through the (non-existent) game, straight from the '80s. Again, it has the bleep, but it has style, darnit.